I have just spent the last few hours researching and reading through this forum. I think I have decided to pull the trigger on CloudDrive I just need help planning.
I am currently using NetDrive to mount my GSuite google drive and it just seems to be choking.
I have a symmetrical gigabit connection and am running a pretty robust Plex Server along with a couple dozen 4K security cameras.
I currently have PLEX working with NetDrive and it works OK for the most part but the library scans take forever and 1 particular library just never completes.
I currently have about 120TB of data already in my Google Drive so I would REALLY like to not have to re-upload it all.
I currently have the main GDrive mounted for Plex to use and metadata uploads (no real chance of hitting 750GB limit) and I have a Team Drive mounted for upload purposes so if it hits cap it doesn't affect Plex functionality.
So here come the questions:
1. Can I complete this migration without having to reupload everything?
2. I have read that pooldrive is used to overcome some windows 10 OS limitations in regards to large drives, my current mount is seen as a 2EB drive and they work "ok" am I missing something?
3. Through pooldrive, is it possible to pool the main Gdrive mount, and multiple Team drives to allow for round robin upload of files?
4. In a pooldrive with a GDrive and multiple Team drives, can you flag the GDrive as read only, and the team drives as upload only?
5. I have seen mention of detaching and reattaching drives for use. I Currently just mount the drive through NetDrive and start using it on all my computers and even mobile devices. Will I be able to still use it on the go like that?
Once I have a plan forward ironed out I will likely move on to confirm some setting recommendations I spotted elsewhere for ideal Plex use case settings.
Thanks a ton in advance! I am really excited to see an active community and what seems like almost magical software to get these issues ironed out. If this all works out well I will likely buy a 10 pack of the license for all my computers.